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Royal Philharmonic Choir, Australian Classical Players, Andrew Wailes - Handel's Messiah download album

  • Performer: Royal Philharmonic Choir
  • Title: Handel's Messiah
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: VOX AU WAV AUD MIDI VOC XM
  • Style: Choral
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  • FLAC album: 1731 mb
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Royal Philharmonic Choir, Australian Classical Players, Andrew Wailes - Handel's Messiah download album

Choir – Royal Philharmonic Choir. Composed By – Handel. Conductor – Andrew Wailes. Contralto Vocals – Teresa Fanning. Orchestra – Australian Classical Players. Soprano Vocals – Helena Dix. Tenor Vocals – David Hamilton. Recorded on location at Melbourne Town Hall on Sunday 16 December, 2001. Track 1-10 title missing from inlay.

Handel’s Messiah) The Age. Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra present Handel’s Messiah for the world record 236th time since 1853. The world’s most-loved oratorio, famous for its sparkling arias, powerful choruses and surging climaxes including the magnificent Hallelujah! Chorus and the equally thrilling Amen! Chorus which concludes the work.

About Handel's Messiah. The 35th Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Concert. The Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra delivered another vibrant and polished reading.

It is, however, a reissue of Walter Süsskind's 1958 recording, which has been recycled many times over the years on different labels and in different packaging.

The Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra performing Handel’s Messiah has been a Melbourne tradition since 1853. Hear a first class performance of this masterpiece, famous for its sparkling arias, powerful choruses and surging climaxes - including the magnificent Hallelujah! and Amen! Choruses.

Handel's Messiah Melbourne Town Hall The 35th Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Concert Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra present Handel's Messiah for the world record 238th time since 1853. Andrew Wailes, conductor Jacqueline Porter, soprano Dimity Shepherd, mezzo soprano Jonathan Abernethy, tenor Morgan Pearse, baritone Stefan Cassomenos, Calvin Bowman, organ and harpsichord Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra ONLINE BOOKINGS: trybooking.

Royal Melbourne Philharmonic (RMP) is a 120-voice choir and orchestra in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1853, and is reportedly Australia's oldest surviving cultural organisation. Although when it was founded the RMP Orchestra was Melbourne's premier orchestra, many of the orchestra's earlier members merged with the then fledgling Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and it lost its separate identity

Tracklist

Messiah: An Oratorio, Part I
1-1 Sinfony (Overture)
1-2 Comfort Ye - Tenor Recitative
1-3 Every Valley Shall Be Exalted - Tenor
1-4 And The Glory - Chorus
1-5 Thus Saith The Lord - Bass Recitative
1-6 But Who May Abide The Day Of His Coming - Contralto
1-7 And He Shall Purify - Chorus
1-8 Behold, A Virgin Shall Conceive - Contralto Recitative
1-9 O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings - Contralto & Chorus
1-10 (no title)
1-11 For Behold, Darkness Shall Cover The Earth - Bass Recitative
1-12 For Unto Us A Child Is Born - Chorus
1-13 Pifa (Pastoral Symphony)
1-14 There Were Shepherds Abiding In The Field - Soprano Recitative
1-15 And Lo, The Angel Of The Lord Came - Soprano Recitative
1-16 And The Angel Said Unto Them - Soprano Recitative
1-17 And Suddenly There Was With The Angel - Soprano Recitative
1-18 Glory To God - Chorus
1-19 Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter Of Zion - Soprano
1-20 Then Shall The Eyes Of The Blind - Contralto Recitative
1-21 He Shall Feed His Flock - Contralto & Soprano
1-22 His Yoke Is Easy - Chorus
Messiah: An Oratorio, Part II
1-23 Behold The Lamb Of God - Chorus
1-24 He Was Despised - Contralto
1-25 Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs - Chorus
1-26 And With His Stripes - Chorus
1-27 All We Like Sheep - Chorus
Messiah: An Oratorio, Continuation Of Part II
2-1 All They That See Him Laugh To Scorn - Tenor Recitative
2-2 He Trusted In God - Chorus
2-3 Thy Rebuke Has Broken His Heart - Tenor Recitative
2-4 Behold And See If There Be Any Sorrow - Tenor
2-5 He Was Cut Off - Tenor Recitative
2-6 But Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul In Hell - Tenor
2-7 Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates - Chorus
2-8 The Lord Gave The Word - Chorus
2-9 How Beautiful Are The Feet - Soprano
2-10 Their Sound Is Gone Out - Chorus
2-11 Why Do The Nations Rage - Bass
2-12 Let Us Break their Bonds - Chorus
2-13 He That Dwelleth In Heaven - Tenor Recitative
2-14 Thou Shalt Break Them - Tenor
2-15 Hallelujah - Chorus
Messiah: An Oratorio, Part III
2-16 I Know That My Redeemer Liveth - Soprano
2-17 Since By Man Came Death - Chorus
2-18 Behold, I Show You A Mystery - Bass Recitative
2-19 The Trumpet Shall Sound - Bass
2-20 If God Be For Us, - Soprano
2-21 Worthy Is The Lamb - Chorus
2-22 Amen - Chorus

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  • Recorded At – Melbourne Town Hall

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Lucas de Jong
  • Choir – Royal Philharmonic Choir*
  • Composed By – Handel*
  • Conductor – Andrew Wailes
  • Contralto Vocals – Teresa Fanning
  • Orchestra – Australian Classical Players
  • Soprano Vocals – Helena Dix
  • Tenor Vocals – David Hamilton*

Notes

Recorded on location at Melbourne Town Hall on Sunday 16 December, 2001.

Track 1-10 title missing from inlay.

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